Hard Waste Verge Collection

We provide two hard waste verge collections per year.

Please make sure your junk is out for collection by 6.30am on the first day of the week of collection. Place items neatly on verge without obstructing the footpath.

Material is NOT to be placed out more than two days for household junk prior to the collection date. A person who places material on the verge prior to the commencement date may incur a fine under the Litter Act.

Any waste left on the verge outside collection dates MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY or you may incur a litter infringement notice.

Please note: Green Waste will not be collected as part of Hard Waste collection. They are collected via the Green Waste collections only.

To avoid damage caused by the loader, do not place items on top of sprinklers or against fences.

We will only remove:

·    Furniture and furnishings.

·    E-waste (computers, printers, copiers, TVs).

·    Household junk.

·    Whitegoods such as stoves, washing machines, driers, refrigerators and freezers.

We will not remove:

·    Bricks, rubble, concrete, sand or other building waste.

·    Liquids of any kind, such as paint.

·    Gas bottles of any size.

·    Motor vehicle parts including tyres.

·    Asbestos cement products.

·    Plate glass, such as windows and shower screens.

We will only remove up to ONE STANDARD TRAILER load of hard waste from each property.

Your co-operation is greatly appreciated, not only by us, but also by your neighbours.

For any further information, please contact Waste Services on 9231 0716.

 

 

To view all of your waste collection dates for your specific property:

1.      Go to http://www.canning.wa.gov.au/M/mapping.html  

2.      Click on this icon

Intramaps

 

3.      Accept and continue the Important Information panel.

4.      Click on the House Search tab at the bottom of the screen, enter your address details and click SEARCH.

 

All of your waste collection details will appear on the right side of the screen including:

1.      Hard and Green Waste Verge collections

2.      Weekly waste and recycling day collection.


Call 1300 422 664 if you need any assistance. 

 

Household Junk collection dates

Zone

Date 1

Date 2

1

12 June

27 November

2

9 January

26 June

3

30 January

17 July

4

13 February

31 July

5

27 February

14 August

6

20 March

4 September

7

3 April

18 September

8

24 April

9 October

9

8 May

23 October

10

22 May

6 November

 

Please make sure your junk is out for collection by 6.30am on the first day of the week of collection. Place items neatly on verge without obstructing the footpath.

To avoid damage caused by the loader, do not place items on top of sprinklers or against fences.

We will only remove:

  • Old furniture
  • Stoves, fridges and other - Fridge doors MUST be removed
  • Whitegoods
  • General household junk

We will not remove:

  • Bricks, rubble, sand, cement or other building waste
  • Household waste
  • Flammable liquids
  • Chemical liquids including paint, oil 
  • Motor vehicle parts - tyres, batteries etc
  • Asbestos cement products

We will only remove up to ONE STANDARD TRAILER load of hard waste from each property.

Your co-operation is greatly appreciated, not only by us, but also by your neighbours.

For any further information, please contact Waste Services on 9231 0716.

 

General Conditions

·    Council will remove up to 6m3 of material per property, per collection per year.

·    Material for collection is to be placed neatly on the street verge by 6am on the commencement date. Please ensure all items do not cause a visual obstruction for traffic.

·    Material is NOT to be placed out more more than two days for household junk and seven days for green waste prior to the commencement date.

·    Please do not obstruct or obscure essential services such as fire hydrants, telecommunication, sewer or stormwater access, electrical transformers or power domes.

·    Please do not obstruct the footpath or your regular bin service.

·    Please do not place material on the verges or land of public spaces, reserves or parks.

Please note: When placing material on the verge for collection, residents are asked to be mindful that machinery is used for all verge collections. Please place material to accommodate this.

A person who places material on the verge prior to the commencement date may incur a fine under the Litter Act. 

 

Penalties May Apply

Failure to comply with the instructions in this brochure may result in fines or prosecution. Items left on the verge outside of the designated collection period will be classed as litter. Fines of up to $5000, or an on-the-spot fine of $200 may apply.

If the litter creates a public risk (e.g. broken glass, refrigerator or freezer with door attached etc.), fines of up to $5000, or an on-the-spot fine of $500 may apply.

Donate unwanted goods to charity:

To find out more about how to donate you unwanted goods to local charity visit the website http://giv.org.au